Journal of Sport History Volume 40 (1) Spring 2013

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jshForum: The Past in the Present: Sport History and Popular Culture

Introduction
pp. 1-2
Murray Phillips

History, Culture, Surfing: Exploring Historiographical Relationships
pp. 3-20
Douglas Booth

Senses and Emotions in the History of Sport
pp. 21-38
Barbara Keys

Sport History, Public History, and Popular Culture: A Growing Engagement
pp. 39-55
Kevin Moore

Sport, Popular Culture, and the Future: Some Commentary
pp. 57-67
Martin Crotty

Articles

The United States of America and the Francophone African Countries at the International Olympic Committee: Sports Aid, a Barometer of American Imperialism? (1952–1963)
pp. 69-91
Pascal Charitas, David-Claude Kemo-Keimbou

“Seeing What Frames Our Seeing”: Seeking Histories on Early Black Female Boxers
pp. 93-110
Cathy Van Ingen

O-H! I-O! Black Students, Black Athletes, and Ohio State Football, 1968–1976
pp. 111-126
S. Kaazim Naqvi

Research Note

The Internet and the Future of Sport History: A Brief Commentary
pp. 127-135
Holly Thorpe

Film, Media, and Museum Reviews

Blood on the Flat Track, and: Whip It (review)
pp. 137-140
John Gleaves, Colleen English

Mighty Jerome (review)
pp. 141-144
Brenda Zeman

Forgotten Miracle: The Story of the 1960 Gold Medal Team by J.T. Haines, Tommy Haines, Andrew Sherburne, and: Do You Believe in Miracles: The Story of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team by Brian Hyland, Kirby Bradley, et al. (review)
pp. 145-149
Stephen Hardy

Book Reviews

Jack Johnson, Rebel Sojourner: Boxing in the Shadow of the Global Color Line by Theresa Runstedtler, and: Knockout: The Boxer and Boxing in American Cinema by Leger Grindon (review)
pp. 151-153
Gerald R. Gems, Annette Hofmann

Historical Dictionary of Soccer by Tom Dunmore, and: Football/Soccer: History and Tactics by Jaime Orejan (review)
pp. 154-157
Benjamin D. Lisle

Sport, Race and Ethnicity: Narratives of Difference and Diversity ed. by Daryl Adair (review)
pp. 157-158
Scott A.G.M. Crawford

The Internationalization of European Sports Teams and the Issue of National Citizenship: Can Sports Transcend Political Borders? by Heike C. Alberts and Kazimierz J. Zaniewski (review)
pp. 159-160
Cathal Kilcline

Pitching, Defense, and Three-Run Homers: The 1970 Baltimore Orioles ed. by Mark Armour and Malcolm Allen (review)
pp. 161-162
Gregory H. Wolf

I Grew Up with Basketball: Twenty Years of Barnstorming with Cage Greats of Yesterday by Frank J Basloe (review)
pp. 162-163
Murry Nelson

Fighting the Current: The Rise of American Women’s Swimming, 1870–1926 by Lisa Bier (review)
pp. 164-165
Shellie I. McParland

The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegetarian’s Hunt for Sustenance by Tovar Cerulli (review)
pp. 166-167
Andrea L. Smalley

Baseball and Memory: Winning, Losing, and the Remembrance of Things Past by Lee Congdon (review)
pp. 167-168
Zachary Ingle

Two Pioneers: How Hank Greenberg and Jackie Robinson Transformed Baseball—And America byQ Robert CCottrell (review)
pp. 169-170
David Welky

Brazil Goes Olympic: Historical Fragments from Brazil and the Olympic Movement until 1936 by De Franceschi Neto-Wacker, Marcia and Christian Wacker (review)
pp. 170-171
Nelson Todt

Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, & Assassination during the 1934 Tour of Japan by Robert K Fitts (review)
pp. 172-173
Joseph F. Stoltz III

Beyond Bend It Like Beckham: The Global Phenomenon of Women’s Soccer by Timothy F Grainey, (review)
pp. 173-174
Amanda Tollefson

Transpacific Field of Dreams: How Baseball Linked the United States and Japan in Peace and War by Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu (review)
pp. 175-176
Dennis J. Frost

Sport im den USA ed. by Annette R Hofmann (review)
pp. 176-177
David Chapman

Apollo’s Angels: A History of Ballet by Jennifer Homans (review)
pp. 178-179
Shellie I. McParland

Double No-Hit: Johnny Vander Meer’s Historic Night under the Lights by James W Johnson (review)
pp. 179-180
Amy Essington

Euphoria and Exhaustion: Modern Sport in Soviet Culture and Society by Nikolas Katzer (review)
pp. 180-182
Craig Greenham

Connie Mack: The Turbulent and Triumphant Years, 1915–1931 by Norman L Macht (review)
pp. 182-183
Michael T. Wood

The Little Black Bottle: Choppy Warburton, the Questions of Doping, and the Deaths of his Bicycle Riders by Gerry Moore (review)
pp. 183-185
Duncan R. Jamieson

The Kentucky Derby; How the Run for the Roses Became America’s Premier Sporting Event by James C Nicholson (review)
pp. 185-186
Susan Hamburger

Bicycles: Vintage People on Photo Postcards by Tom Phillips (review)
pp. 186-187
Duncan R. Jamieson

“This Rugby Spellbound People”: Rugby Football in Nineteenth-Century Cardiff and Wales by Gwyn Prescott (review)
pp. 188-190
Rob Elliott Owens

Sport and the Talented Tenth: African American Athletes in the Colleges and Universities of the Northeast, 1879–1920 by Robert E Wells (review)
pp. 190-191
Michael Lomax

Tarnished Rings: The International Olympic Committee and the Salt Lake City Bid Scandal by Stephen Wenn, Robert Barney, and Scott Martyn (review)
pp. 191-192
Thomas M. Hunt

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